ONE: A Space Odyssey is a minute-long animated LEGO parody of Stanley Kubrick's Sci-Fi masterpiece. The film was made in 2000, by Tim Drage and Tony Mines of Spite Your Face Productions, as part of "Twenty, Oh One," a themed film compilation by Three Sixty Contemporary Arts.
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Reviewer:Mr. Schmacke -
October 31, 2007 Subject:
one minute from the year 2000
I love it!
March 17, 2006 Subject:
LEGOs are the entertainment of the FUTURE!!!
The Lego version of 2001 made me laugh. As a matter of fact, I have made original movies with legos. There not as good as ONE, but it follows the same things! IT WAS AWESOME!!!
October 23, 2005 Subject:
open the door, LEGO
Wow, really great even though a bit too short. I would like to see a longer one or even a Star Wars movie. That would be just wonderful.
October 22, 2005 Subject:
Short is too short
It left me wanting more, which is the sign of good movie. I hope this filmmaker adds more scenes.
March 26, 2005 Subject:
A little gem
Makes one wonder why I spent 2 hours watching the original when I could have spent 1 minute watching this and still been none the wiser.
A brilliant little film.
March 21, 2005 Subject:
My god this would make a great longer short. I'm a big fan of 2001, and I thought it was right on with how it depicted some of the classic scenes, but I would've loved a little more holding the whole thing together. Would love to see this remade.
December 21, 2004 Subject:
Short and sweet
I like it. A short parody of some of the classic scenes from 2001: A Space Odessey. Great animation, especially during the dawn of man sequence. The only criticism I have is that it's so short!
Written, produced, directed, animated and edited by - Tony Mines and Tim Drage
Monkeys/Dave/Monolith - Tony Mines
HAL/Monolith - Chi Mason
Frank - Lindzi Hayward
Three Sixty Contemporary Arts
Robert Butera for use of his earth model in the original version
Alison Pike for the monkeys and skeletons
Myk Thomas for reference materials and support
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